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Some superconductors can also carry currents of ‘spin’

Apr 27, 2018

We have shown that certain superconductors – materials that carry electrical current with zero resistance at very low temperatures – can also carry currents of ‘spin’. The successful combination of superconductivity and spin could lead to a revolution in high-performance computing, by dramatically reducing energy consumption.

Superconductivity offers tantalising changes from electricity to transport

Jan 10, 2018

Group's work on superconducting graphene on an oxide high temperature superconductor noted in the Financial Times

The Electron Manifesto

Oct 28, 2017

Focused article - Electron Manifesto - on group's work on superconducting spintronics in Research Horizons, the University of Cambridge’s research magazine.

The Electron Manifesto: transforming high performance computing with 'spintronics'

Aug 18, 2017

Electron ‘spin’ could hold the key to managing the world’s growing data demands without consuming huge amounts of energy. Now, researchers have shown that energy-efficient superconductors can power devices designed to achieve this. What once seemed an impossible marriage of superconductivity and spin may be about to transform high performance computing.

EPSRC-JSPS Core-to-Core

Apr 09, 2017

Awarded 5-year EPSRC-JSPS Core-to-Core Grant on "International network to explore novel superconductivity at advanced oxide superconductor/magnet interfaces and in nanodevices"

Graphene’s sleeping superconductivity awakens

Jan 25, 2017

Researchers have found a way to trigger the innate, but previously hidden, ability of graphene to act as a superconductor.

Wonderkoolstof grafeen blijkt ook supergeleider

Jan 25, 2017

de volkskrant discusses group's work on p-wave triggered superconductivity in single layer graphene

The Oxford Handbook of Small Superconductors

Jan 23, 2017

"The Oxford Handbook of Small Superconductors", Oxford University Press, is published (19 January)

Flash Physics: p-wave superconductivity in graphene

Jan 20, 2017

Physics World highlights group's work on p-wave superconductivity in graphene

Cambridge Uni spins up green and beefy super-computer project

Apr 18, 2016

Electron spin meets and marries superconductivity

Cambridge to research future computing tech that could “ignite a technology field”

Apr 15, 2016

A Cambridge-led project aiming to develop a new architecture for future computing based on superconducting spintronics - technology designed to increase the energy-efficiency of high-performance computers and data storage - has been announced.

Spintronics: making computers faster

Oct 12, 2015

Smaller, faster, cheaper - that was the trend in computing for the past 50 years. As microprocessor technology is hitting the limits of what’s physically possible, some researchers are exploring whether a new technology, ‘spintronics’, may be the way forward.

Nature North & West Europe

Jun 18, 2015

Strong spending and recruitment keep countries in this region near the top of the world's output in the Index, and scientists from universities collaborate more with their neighbours.

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